Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and Subah Infosolutions Limited are going to end the one-year telecoms revenue monitoring contract Today, May 6, 2016.
It was disclosed by a letter dated February 4, 2016, which the GRA wrote to Subah informing them of the former’s intentions not to renew the contract after it finishes on Thursday, May 5, 2016.
The GRA stated unconditionally in that letter that “the GRA is by this letter giving you notice of its intentions not to renew the Agreement upon the attainment of the anniversary of the Agreement that is on May 5, 2016.”
It further stated that “The GRA gives notice and notice is hereby given that it intends to terminate this Agreement by exercising its rights under article 8 of the Service Agreement.”
Unless the GRA, and for that matter government has changed its mind, it still remains that, as per the February 4 letter, signed by the Deputy Commissioner of GRA, Subah no more has a contract with GRA to monitor telecoms revenue.
Officially, the telecoms revenue monitoring job is now available for anyone to offer for, because the newly licensed interconnect clearinghouse (ICH) operator, Afriwave Telecoms has also been barred by law from doing revenue monitoring, contrary to the original intention.
But, The Afriwave is promising the GRA free data to help revenue monitoring at no cost to the state.
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